Charles Wesley spoke in Sithney three times and John four. In his journal Charles writes on July 3rd 1746, 'I showed above one thousand at Sithney the love and compassion of Jesus towards them. Many who came from Helston, a town of rebels and persecutors, were struck, and confessed their sin, and declared that they would never more be found fighting against God.'
It is probable that this town would have been touched by the 1823 revival that touched the Helston circuit.
I do not know where the meetings were held.